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base imitation nof the real article andI that itsiowner is really looking for a job Among the other talent wn have a poet who is said to possess the soul of Longfel llow and the genius of Shake spearo Andstben therein the gifted orlortune tellerI of Whose jipawers wond jrs are- oldand whose oracular predic tiohs rthefuture are sought nd reliedVpoj by the romantic young woman f 1 onei 2SlS COUNTY FAIR That eve 1RE uti the season in the llife that occasion which Ls the farmers holiday the housewifes delight and a gala day for the young folk will occur for Wah itngton county during the third weak of August SpringfieU ja fn the Kentucky circuit and we hiwe given a good date coming in ahead of both Leba non and Bardstown our nearest neighbors The officers of the Pair Association have already begun sOmeptelimlnary arrange ments to give QS onur of the best- irsf and stock shows Washing tba county has over hid andI the proper encouragement from farmers an 3 others whoa should be interested the success of the fair for 1896 is assured a itr n Frly Fair been with LL Q JIET Interest iinSthe search for the perpetrators of bg recent VetDevers outrage over in Marion county appears o bays suddenly ad completely subsided For atime hnmeiatoP ly following the arrest of Lee Boyle there were all kinds of rumors and whisperings to be heard about the probable arrest of others which was to follow all of which rumors seem to have now entirely ceased Is itE possible that the wily officials who were thought to be on a hot trail have failed or iis it that thoy are only araitng the trial f bee Boyle to briug out more and startling developments a it L 1 ET IT STRIKEHeres a case whore the lightoiqg did moret good possibly than a halt dozen religious exhorters could have done Some weeks ago the lightning struck a Methodist Dhurch in Quakorto n N J Forty persons wpre injured byI the shock one fatully The l eyent caused many to think that it was tho indignation of Heaven against the lethargy of the church ind qow a revival has come and 75 persons have been converted and joined the church Scatter the lightning around it rOD WORK That CbrlJdren11Hboard was organized at this place is d ing a good work in a quiet way so it is said The ideaI lis to obtain homes for orphan children in some private family where they will be well cared fOIiI mid to do iit as quietly as possi ble Inm9st cases the iidentity of tbecbild is not disclosed to the family who take Jit in charge nor is it desired thatany relatives of the chHld know of its where abputs This iis done 19 avoid trpublesoaie re aUye who would not have the ciftidt tho child frotryili W-NLwhenamall i 105318 tafin it Wnen grown up so to ba useful It IWti lK IDIFEERGrI j clearly exemplified in heW heelj problem which has been tbe chief topic of discussion aripong the locall great minds for the past week or 30 The OjWorlaOj question or a small wheel fast on the same axle with two larger wheels on either side would revolve the same and not slide rfh its elevated track was thoroughly discussed The NEWSLEADER man after seeing a number of experiments was convinced that the small wheel being of less circumference could not possbly go the same distance as the larger ones without being carried or sliding The editor of the puzze department of the Chicago World differs with us antis vs that the wheels will all run smoothly and that there will beno sliding W t might als add that the editor of tbe Worlds posiliou is greatly strengthened by thevfact thai his views on the question coincide exactly with Stitu Noe and Dick Browne it many friends of LEwIsThe John W Lewis bore ar pleased to her that gee tlemahs chances for getting into a prominent place in the senate rial contest so favorably men tioned f Lewis has friends jin tnis county who are for him or anything Ii ffi Ithewhere Mr W K Robertsbn ii to bnld a tine new business block number ofold relics and papers wdr6 found The old building was once occupied as a bankand in the old Vault still standing were found a lot of very old pa pers among the number the ful lowing which was handed us No Springfield January 21 1818 Cashier of the SprIngfield Branch Bank of Kentucky ay to B Daviaon or bearer Fortjflvo Dollars Dolls 4500 JohnMoEhoy Hugh McElroy The E D vison named in the face d the check WAS he grand father of the eJitor of thispapej and the who wore the- anagorsofm the bank urero m rnbered by old residents of the county QuiTBFRiENl3LYAresomeof to the you g sociaty IriS They do say when a young man calls the little pet usually follows him homo This habit of tno dogs is accounted for by one of the fol owing reasOns The young beau bal callefd so often that the little pet really thinks hoiis fol- olhwinf one of his owners or the younprman tolls him off with that charming voico of his b y s songnIts well to be on good terms with everything on the plane i you can and again it is Quite English you know 4 e Not to be Trifled With From Cincinnati azettl Will people novcr leant that a cold11 is nn ace Join to bo dronded and that wlion it occurs iroathiont should bo promptly npIIot1 There Is no know ini nhcro tho trouble will end and while complete rccbvory is tho rlllo h exception are terribly frequent and thousands upon thouoindi oft fntnllll nes es occiu every your uxhered in by n littlo injudicious exposure and scorning ly trifling symptoms Rohond Iistiior- rea today countless invalids who cnn truce their complaints to colds which Ht tho timo or oecurrcnco gave no eon I corn And woro thcroforo noglnctod When troubled wjth a cold use Chamber hd 8CoUKh Itemnedy It is prompt and oirectual 23 and roc per bottle- R0 Qrundy has the most ozpen fsivo tobacco bed in the county While otherday1lrburned about aevpntyflvo panels abontltwa 4 f iL5J All last winter Mr Geo A Mills of Lebanon Conn was badly afflicted with rhouinatinim At times It JAS so severe that lie could not stand upright but was drawn over on one side I tried dlfler ent ronjedies without receiving roller- 1lOEflbIIflLiI about six months tigol bought a bottle of Chamberlains Pain- Balm rI Alter using it for iiireo days mj rhpumutism was gono and has not re turned since y j WITH FARMERS Notices stock leed or rrain nantod or for sate or exchange ipsortcd in thIs cot umn rues or anxnac Farmers are reoi quested to sand inatoC or crop items for publication A Madison man killed a hQg thatI weighed 957 pounds i tt tiOur county Fair cornea off the thirde week in Auguat Any otook to shwI A farmer near bolivar Mo latelI sold 630 turkeys of This own raising for e62i J t I c R Grundy sold a nice lot of fat shoats to N P Thompson They av eraged 122 pounds wThesociation has announced a 810000 fu turity of foals of 1396 t t t Quite a number of good horses from this county are entered in the Faulk ner Rue sale at Danville in Aprilco t Now is the time to advertise your stallions and jacks The NEwsLEAD BB is the best medium We can alsoI print you attractive bills cheap t t t Potatoes in Ohicago are said to bo 18 to 23 conta per bushel mixed lots sailing a i low as 15 cents In sur rounding staten thoy are purchased atC stations for 10 cents a bushel j t BThero worsooccupttion that farming A Miszouri farmer Qguced it out one I rainy day that he had walked 303 miles litcultivating one acre pf corn Ho thereupon oold his farm and movod to town where ho walked 600 miles to find a job Illt Horoo a now way of curing tobacco The Winchester Democrat says Squire John W Allen had a lot of tobacco which cured up grqen and iin tho present state otthe markot he wisely concluded that it was worth more as a fertilizer than it could bring in the market ho therefore spread It on the ground After a rain yhad fal Ion on it he was surprised txflnd that tho green color had dlsappeaVod and ft t1eredIt f They seem to have somo horse traders down at Hodgenville too The iiisTho horse swappers woro juot as icuerousas they over wore in the world They filled up all the south end of town and tory yet many of tho horses being is boneyard patients There woro at least twenty awaps an hour mado and every man wont hpme with a bettor horse than ho camo to town with t iiT- ho purchases pf cavalry horses In Kentucky for ttio United States Army is sure to bring favorable results in two ways says tho Farmers Home Journal First it helps the Kentucky horso breeders by furnishing market l for thoir stock second It is sure to prove dvAitagcous to the Govern enabling Itt supply itsnroopers with the boat cavalry horses 0toparfan average of about 8130 and more are wanted They will note accepted however unless sound and free from blemish It is probable that the purchases will amount to 16000 t JrKENTUCKY FAIR The following bates 2ave been do 11cided beirig allotted a week and binding itself to continue ita cznibitions from three to lIve days during that time bqginnIngJuly2oWinchester week beginning July 27 Danville week beginning August 3 CampbollBville week beginning August 1OcSPRINGFIELD week beginning August Lebanon week beginning August 2 Bardstowu week beginning August 81 Bowling Green week beginning eepsem t er 7gbofJoducahL week begEnning Septem ibo 21 oI 1 0pen dito probabfy Henderson September 23 if it l Oweneboro weer bogiiinlnfirOcto bsf t OUR GORRESPOMNTS VBEECHLAND rom Our Regular Correspondentc As 1otcjns there is life there troulilo and taxes and a widow isI hardlysatisfiedwith her name It is not necessary to have lour legs to eb a hog ami a man with a red haired wife overtakes tOo much If none but virtuous men go to heaven it will bo a mighty lonesome place- rfo old mnuls officers seek a manSin about the aame way a rogue seeks a policeman When a man wltsIto marry he always makes to his friends Women talk of owins each a cill in the same wtyJ men speak in owing others a grudge A man will look throug his pockets four times before he will give wile a button to sew on his pants hisI Mr G U Martiai o was here one day Prr7illeI Mr Lucien Gregory is county this week on business Mr Mark Hnnlin of Bloomfield as here a few days last week thMissCity has returned homo niter i pleasant visit to fnenda and relr tives liMissunty Ohio visited rslajives at this place during the past week Mr Will Merritt and wifevislted relatives near Polin Mr Anthony Wildon hae re tu psrnedliMessrsArvin Noeof your town attended a church at this place Sunday Mr Johnio Pjhn was at Feiwiok I Saturday The Chatatqua Literary and Reading Circle met at the residence of Mr Frank Martin BonNTo the wife of Charlie tterU a boy Byjn Parks of this place sold one of the b 8t work Sorsaa in Washing Ton county to Dock Lewis MACKVILLE From Our Regular Corresponpant Mr Elmer Anderson a student in College at Winchester spent Saturday and Sunday last with hisI parents near this place Mr Wilbur Teter has returned from extended basin to EGcorgiiMiss Malvina Wycoff accompan led by her uncle Mr Moses Foley home ngtt after a short visit to latives in Oakland City Ind Mrs Arena Peter having rented her property to Mr Thomas Tyree ts removed to the home of her son law Mr J S Ytnkee in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood where she will make her future home I For about two wcoksa severe form of remittent fever hits been prevalent amonij the children of this community Among those at present afflicted avo Misses Eva Inman Mollie Shewmiker Nora a Tuner llittle Willie Showmaker and Harry TurnerWThe remains of Mr Wm Burns arrived at this place from Anchor ge on Friday lost The burial took place on the dfoyat e Mackville cemetery v Miss Julia Settles and Mr James ITButton both tf this vicinity yeh paired to Springfield on the 24th mst and were there united In nat imony lay Rev R L Punlom Mrs Martha Showmaker and MrMFrank Shewmakerboth well known people of this uluco wero married y Elder J Simms on the 26th- LBNOUB y CHRDWELL From Our Regular iepreIAs our town has not been sentod in your paper since it li hanged hands I will aend in a items t Bonx To the wife oi William Moore Jr a son StOur furjheranre burning beds forttobacco plant Thero will bo a ood deal bultivated in this neigh Mr George Littrgll bnc cf pur popular young men and Miss Lou Pinkston a very estimable youfl lady were marrjednt the residence klrjnlf Mr Harry Sims has inoved from near here to a hmo lately Pu hased by him near Willisburg t Mr James Ilollidny hag rented a farm for the ensuing year from Mr K 0 Milton near Cardwell Wheat is reported o bo m bad ondition intthis locality as tho result of the late freezes Miss Delia Yates from this neigh bqrhood has gore to Illinoi to live io will be missed by many frIends here Mi A Yoorhee late of Sharps ville tins ofenerJa shop at this place wbro ho is doing a good busiuess On Sunday the 231 inst Mr De Comely and Mss Fannie Orira of this place were married Thc ill reside with the father of ili groom Mrs Sallie Reed an experienced milliner from near Willisburg waft here last week to make arrange ments to open a millinery store at is place We learn that she is in Louisville brie tnm up on the- ncvBtles of hats and mode of timim mmg and that she wIll open a full ne of millinery goods at Mutliewa store about ApnJ 10th BOOKER From Our fceffular Coircip6ndntJ Having seen a copy oi your newi- y per I hare decided to send a fey nes frqm tbis place Some people havent any idol there is Inch a j place in existence True it 11a small but give it time it will Leva iFrge plncemaybo- Mils Susie Moore ha retufred1 home after a ihort visit at Oroakei ville Some of tho boys look very blue Well bnys she does not ve ryru anda good pike you have no excuo for not calling ihat is if she is willing Mr Luis Hamilton hascbarge of M r JR Barbers farm 3w aiWe feel proud to have such alten- Ilemn in our midst Louis is very hUltlerIMiss Susie Barlow of Moore villo is visiting the Misses Smith Mr Kicbard Smith has moved to Bulltown wapte basken and if it does Mr ditor you WIn hear from Booker no moreIwilivrite no more HOTSKXV TEXAS From Our Regular corn onttant John W Jounce and 11 White man ware on the brakes at Lowis rille sit week Thomas bbof Doyle and Ce l It E Wltayno are buying hvep here at Sat factory price Mr Van Lawson and wife abetit no day last with their daughter Mrs Isam near Meckvi1te BorNTo tho wife of Joe Mtyes fino boy on the 27th Ktus Pearl Adtms and broths r alter of Fenwi sited triii at thin place last Sunny and Monday Capt W A Powers of Boylo and Mrs Head of near this place wore united in niarmgo bn time 25th his tho fourth time the CipUjn as taken thiayow The many fritndB extend congr tulationi for happy fife Henry Peterson of the firm of- u1hI r P terson was at Bradlor is Yille Loretta Bartlstojrn anJ other points West last wock buyingjjowlsl toMshipto New York Henry is a bung man of good busmens quali Hcatfons and plfcnsint addree lTjllhhinmach8U TLP Phjlljps expert aniician tJ Texas in compapy with J K StoneJi orCf irnra visited our villagelast eekifla5uppliod t oold folks with Ihases They wero drivinga span of imall Texas 11eg witH li they had driven more jhah five thousapd miler fleece Ewing of Boyle visited relatives here last weekal8p made youngtbusiness but tre ajp aorry td uo cfor ourycung laaiea ctro to hear any propositiona present JhV lic iereturfl 0 f IiIiIi 1 e i j t izr1r vi j t r 4 rofO Take ItVs1 t TlrEEVcAlirnt J ltPIdlD AQvatmde VLa Yet SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY T 25126 gou1a prophet organiza problem McElruVa OUR tihi following blacksmith tAs i l t hoae iiro i vlls pntf sve3slll yn g listl t w fkiaile a very ntqpoipX v eacipefVliUo iVrivihjj sown isitbench The horse cbok l d wh f anLtrqlletloX9rtep haiktbaef ton driver and alk Luckily iio damage only the epashlng of the tiutgyP F OW Ftefaqnscilai 5 bunch t of fat boa Tft JVeVbaynib io three and a iiail centAt efif f The farmers of tliia TieihirV ar4 tpreparing for their cropi tlio io3 v bacco beds ire nearly all sown r W K Halt of iltckviile was the guort ol the iaihil ot tlaV W M Stnllings Sunday last if r if V D Claybwolce alter ehorf ViSit to friendasnlrelativtmrat this V jphce retuencdto Pantille whcre 1f be is attending tho lav lectures Jeffries and Katie Leetcagrr J alter a alIacLtay In our mf ti16 turngd to tHeir homo in Danvillo f it i eoieof our young ladies Trbi liatlr contemplated lengthyviht in the State of Texns lisa comoludea Ttqt ifremain in Kentucky WboJ8 th younc gentleman trhosc mflucnee ttasbeewso weigitastte r can you tell ua Sebe2 J rt Joe S Cltvbrooke of your towo i ifwas at home Sunday 1 Tlitf Discovery Saved his Ufr 11 tMr O uillouctte Druggist nvtvers 1tVillo Ill ftays To Dr KlngHKew I lsIcuvryIoiyu my life wai taken wltfi la grippe and trieil alt tho pnyttclanR tvt Imilca about hut of no avail arid vjuj given up arid tolttIcon1dnotlrveIfv IUR Dr Kings New DUcovery lEtiy s torn I sent fora bottle And Ugnu its tJand from the first dose becan to It fi tc jndaboutf in gold vto wont keep toro or hoijbtt 0 without it Geta f reotTfal at H tydon t jRobertson JniKgisU 11 NATURe 1S A CHIIDSTEACBErif f ri jlUln to th CltjV 14tti OnM li oil yWetneM BroHen Lioa V 7rnovo CbarJea HiEarkbursD Qifi writes upon Heiaprisstpf Our 6hildvjv i hood Homes in Tfto Ladies Tonia v Journal nnd ompiinslzea tho neces sit of surrounding children with brlgpturesand cheery fnrnih iIngs na tl montal photographs tbey mako in early years Bra the cno Jtlint novorfado but last and rooala J vivid through Ufo TTatarei too Ajo n big part to play in the tcnob1nS14 t j tho youth It tttkea a good dealtmake a pood homo It ne dssomg thing oven bosido father and niptiJ or and an open fire and fbo catrqa ri IFha1Dosfobo distinctly itprc t from nuy other bous2sight Then theres tbeforogives play room for tbp oyoa as well oa for tho fcot A witlornngo aoThmnvobwiU domore for n child iz1ziwect than t I yellow bricks and dtrty paving stones vill da for him in a yisr oiJ tover do fob1th 1ti8 great tblwt for a child to grow op vithincnr3hofe of n babbling brook Thoroia kiniil- v 7nusic4lnosa ol spirit tbrtttviU bv como his jin that way that ho win il 11npvor boiablo tancqnhofrom a ijJaftV tobor ornfltdlingnastcr Piswide rango of prospcct will n10 panion him AvUb the bright nadiba jnoro earnest moods df tho grdiit mother earth on whose bosom ho is being nourished Ho willl hnva op portunity to feod tho djrys briges in tho cnst in tho inonjiajrnnd WB soul will unconsoiouslyaborb spu of tho glory oi tho betting aun l t Children in tho City hnrdl vbvc Soc the sun como nrt or go downFTp about the inKr vta dozen or eg Doors lAter To n cpW l in tha oountry4hcro is jitrfwiso portunity for him toefldit iTiin t Thoro ia oiRreat diffcrouoo Votvvoeix rain nn l falling vntor Rain Iintbe5 city iagnly wetness larpton lgos and iis ciloulated only in t riuttf rBtre to100nh g onttnqu uof w1j A square mile oTfrain or n Hoytob Bquarpinflca is hdlffcuent afttter nnd1s DDoo sol tmlyco 15tru J by the oilchhbolngflintod of jiatxtrVs uiind rather than o bythopathion corliiug l Still more impressive upon tijo obit1s pjlnd tit tho alrnngo cons mntticatidna inado fo hlu by tii lightning flashing above Win zterot t o hundTod milca of couittryitky1 tbo weird air ro and Jhe strif t ami hlaziiitracljof Vfailing starsfthfiS canko him feel Mow poloinnly olosqt 10 bfniJtbosre fw atworl aTjovo fie oTtfuds 1 t T JCpaVa laxative is nbt a euro all it you brook Tourleg JSpatB axatlVQ will no tpulJJt tpgotUet ngn brQko In urid jIIfutUJJd1InflehtQ 1y fore bottle tr Iiclleh rritlK t o tQ t s Andrei ailuicatE I g aPef tLlvVPiWIatenJ PelcuJct Ttptic1 fet Coatini tiXiIcn1nf5 Nr2fmI a d5f j t j p r a ii z I r l j i f- xr kIf If t f11 e 1Ii V t iJ 1 fHE NE WSLrAOEA d i d 1 2d q 1f I ft t JIIEN1YSfEADERt1SDAYMRQtIt896 f 1DAVISQNIJRa I r L r Ho1 Joiht W OLEWis has r h be nputbJtbII denda n 5 1Jrt rightia the thiddle ofqSenatoriall contest Kntl ha has 1 just ofriyel oit tltfr jscem to DIl t l JIgh for a Sertajiir basJbeoa such r iitoplacejiim ina ftoqa ppl tioimtfjfo ike the raceiHe has been frtbndly towards DrHttn etMnncbiS ptfw said to l save that f Rentl man Support and at the isame time he has many fri ndsr axrog ithe anti Hunter de1egpt lion On being urged tp express ii questionMrlaliableLtbrri9that he was in fa aj yor Jojts6uni pneand his Wowsonptbati subject were such as were expressed by the plat i lolra tJopied at the last State 8 Republican coijvention The NEWS JlEDER has expressed r the belief sptnetin9 that there wonld be no election of Senator at this session of the Legist tarebuTthereisSnchatbng yjssible as the various elements t t7reBln g 1 re believe that JohnE Ii W Leftists tho m noq wh mI- Ltey may unite and whose ae I Section as II S Seiiatdr will feI aoopular move with the best i moh ot the party in the Statedi IS DR W GODFREY HUTERi9 in the race for U S Senator noll more ore7etr Confronted with j7idcnce of bis having tried tq1 trvdle the silver queticn 4o as to catch votes acomin and a oIIDt and with the further indioa tionsthit he would nptgefr t- her F requiredinnnber of votes at this session the doctor ery grace i fully withdrew from the contest r After having declared that he was for the single gold standard I the following expression which he had written and probably for gotten was sprung on Hunter- i hereby agree that I will iavor suck legislation and sup port such measures as will iQ l store silver 16 the position it oo Copied as primary or redemp xifrn money prior to 1878 when i1Iwa the standard of values r THE House Freu Turnpike bill Has passed the Ketuckv5Senate- The biU relates to a subject of universal intdresfr Bmar g theS fermers jol Kentucky The measure provides that tbe Fiscal Courts way levy a tax to build E highways for the county anif thtbondsma7be issued to buy mid maintain public thorough1 fares t CINCINNATI isnt going to got Cither off the political conven tityte but it is making the most dfits rrin rder mystery but they havent I6und that womans head Sote THE Republicans are in a fair way to be crowded with candi dates for the Presidential flomt nation I PQLiN Co1To3pndentIi Mrs Mnud Bishop Grid Miss IiIa Grow visited Mr II B Bonta irll family near Wakefreld last 1L rxrcek t Misa Maggie Williams nni jnotbor were the pleasant guests ol lrg Mattle Bayno WeSneEdby llast 1 lira Mi1iiiiiaCrow and daugh fit pert nn enjoy able day with JI MrrfBelIe Pmkaton Thursday Mr Vaster Hardin died of drop l r Bjf bstSuuday night Mr Pat Lewis is etill iniur ving We hope to see him out BOohTpx Mr Enoch Borkhart is Del j totter J Born to the w ife of Sara Tingle J ttoy Friday flgli Mrs Laura Crouch Beecbland VisherM ndtj JoI3urkWa7tindwjf no onthc sTck list Ui4 week E i ti CJNTIRE J7 c Ytm OurRszular Ccjrrcfpondcut Tins place was Wcllrefrfsentd- afta sate of MnDant lust Tturs diy Everything spldfgiotlf 114rnru e Kcene WjS fn this t vicinityi buying h3s last week- tfai4ie7tn McL itaitli rr tflf 1 I iit I uJae 7IJ guest of Miss EufJ hilt last weefcj Mrs T DBnd Miss Kate McCull urn were in your town la tI Saturday tm bus ness L8II1ftendeaittthilfie lathrs1- liDhllToBlidf II M ntCrbiined- uito a number t beffrieuds last Sunday night Those presont were Misses4Iarriet and Snllit Buckler ee Cambro nJJUa J1H1 and Mea Kent and LQuftj BJandford Ltim Montg mer Eugene 11 ill Ed Buckler Out little village is on tty boom Ve have three mills nround the Bear Wallow two ilJtand one 111rcnlthe machinery good order HOD ing we wilt have one soon Iwill clsemy letter LIN- EMOORESVLLE Frpxn Our Regular Correspondent Qu etude reigns over our town and among our neighbors farmers being busy with their spring work and as a consequence news is conspicuous only by its adsence Lnce7 ojyt delinquency Patrick Lydanne 13 visiting his brother in JBreckinridgecoud ty Unclq Pat though up in the eighties is more active than many men of half his years and bids fair to reach the century maik B B Moore is visiting his fighter Mrs Ike Breeding at Edinburg Indiana T A Tatura wa3 in Frankfort last week He is an applicant for penitentiary guarJ 1Miss Jennie Webster of Per ryville visited here Tuesday Mrs J P Gregory Beech JIIQuite a number of our citizens j are attending court in your town ECHO PERSONALfGOS A lace dress belonging tc Mr Wil liam Astur cost 26000 in Paris som9 years 1Ii55 Mary Quay the eldest t daughter of Seuntcr Quay was married to Loass R Davidson ot Beaver Pa on Jau W Vale Frank Lawler vale says thfl Chicago JonrnaL Yon wtre a rough dicniond but you never ont jour friends Colonel F Crocker of San Francisco will pay the expenses of the Lick observatory expedition to Japan to servo the eclipse of the sun next sum mor Lord Dunleath who died recently was one the merchant princes of tho north of Ireland Ho represented tho great neb industry and amassed a large fortune By the entrance of Lord Wnrkworth into the bouso of commons the unusual circumstance1 ia brought about of father Son and grandson sitting at ono and the seine time in parliament For tho first time thoFinBtcrAarhorn tho highest of tho Bernese Alps has been climbed in wiutt Professor Fischer with tho guide Almer accoin pliehed the feat a couple of weeks ago Bracetridgo Hoinyngo tho original Jack Harkaway has become a member of the Roman Catholic church Mr Hemyngo was born in Australia ou March 5 1843 lie was educated in England and was called to the bar Now the gossips say that Willie K Vanderbilt will marry again Far somo time hia name has been linked with that of Miss Amy Bond a beautiful young woman who rnado her debut about si years ago and has been quite 11 belle over since Lady Estlakes letters and journal Just published lire full of racy reading Hero is ono little tidbit A lady was telling mo yesterday that she had mot Herbert Bismarck tuMhe Duke of West minsters null noVercnmo across a inoro conceited prig Crespo the VeuoztJ Jan president 1WM born on a ranch in the Orinoco vat ley of Spanish and Indian parents Hifli wifo is also of mixed blood and of hum inthAIIIPresident Kruger of tIit Transvaal is an obese looking man with n face the andjjuice He is very untidy in appearance thinking nothing of receiving the most distinguished guests in his shirtsleeve 1Louis Wain the English artist whoso of cars and animal life are so delightfully flash and irresistibly droll is an assiduous taker of notes Bo has a great trunk full cf littlo slips of paper cu which ho has jotted down ideas us they crossed his mind It is perhaps superfluous to say that he is a lover of cats of every kind and every size and evcryolorThe L illIPrincesdBazfcllt t will b6 her first appearance in Now York this season Dominiok Murray has ret ed from Irviugat Mcritrcal hJ2o expects to oDd lila i 41L I J5 4r tr 4 1 a Weak oyea nro made strong di m vlt lion Is made clear ttyes are removed anti rnnuatccl Ids or sore eyes of any kfnd curedIguarantee byjaH dealers I 2 OO A VISIT Is a phyiician usual fee A 5O Cent Bottle of I Neats Laxative wnt pnt trmlC1D In good order It cum To rid and Sluriish Liver Con ItipatlotlJludlchcetc Pieaaant and tare alt gesandseze A dentlfic Ailcyourdrugi8y ITh blue bird is hailed an the liar bingor ot Spring It Is also a reminder that a Ijlood purifier ia needed to prepare tho system for the debilitnting weather to come LI step anti you will bear tho birds singing Take Ayers Sarsaparlltn in March April May S1S beii They wus alex we prroher Ousori When ehe won a Wit she cried Castoria When bt ame Kb the dung to Cautorla Whta Jlrn55 5tb4n1 eaon Suthcrlanils JoaJlo Evo Snlvo Is the host ointment In the world for any and kinds cf sore oyeakin diseases etc andits guaranteed to cure by all idlers put up III tubes ut 25c each Now is the time to subscribe for theN EW5 L ADIn only 1a year Dr BolPx Pine Tar Honoy different from nil other cough reined It cures by allaying Jhe iutlainmatinn and giv lug tone strength vigor anti vitality to the reapitory or uus Guaranteed by nil demdrm- The Proper EYe Dine Tie The proper thing in evening ties English authorities sPy is a plain piece cf linen tape an inch wide and of rather coarse texture The material comes on a reel or spool containing many yards Jt ceeds no making up the wearer aim ply cutting off a piece long enough to circle his collar nud make a bowknot When properly tied tho tosnlt is an ox tremely neat and rabstautial looking bow and one that ia pronounced more satisfactory cxery way than the turn sy muslin things commonly wcru A New Yorker who is particular about fuch details and had discovered the tape tie while abroad recently made a search for it in this cityc He wad nble ro fiud only a single tie that at all resembled the kind for winch he was locking and that was tho last ofn dozen lot text over frcm England by mistake But while it was of the sought for material it vs of the wade cp kind that is tabooed New York Sun A New Flywheel Tho tendencyof flywheels to disinte grate from centrifugal force is well uu derstocd This peculiarity has led to the invention Of a new flywheel that is said to be fur superior to anything pre riously used To a hub is attached wound wire filling the spacp between disks about 20 feet m diameter This wire is No 5 steel wire and is securely fattened in place The wheel is driven at a speed of about 240 involutions per minute giving a peripheral velocity of 2 b10 miles per rninutf This is equal to about 230 feet per second It requires about 250 miles of wino to fill tho disks of a wheel of this size Among the ox perimeuts under consideration are paper wheels Tho tensile strength of paper ia greater than that of many metals and paper rims on hoola aro looked upon with fsvorNesv York Lodger The Gilded Fool Amid the many curious stories current about late Max Lebapdy there is one to tho effect that He was to bo en iced into Spain in order to see a bull fight Hud detained there until he was declared a de vrter by tho military thorities Tho person who organized this plan wanted to obtain from the millionaire in event of his having to stop in Spain rather thin face a court martial a power of attorney to control hi4 colossal foi tune in Prance plan was it is said defeated by Mile Muriy the actress who prevailed on the rouug man tc remain at AlUel losB lint Tlowiloln Hold the OnTeli Bowdoin college Maine is singular ly honored Sjieakor Hoed of the house Senator Fryp diairuiau pro tem of the senate and Chief Justice Fuller are JiK graduate of Dowdoiu Thus Bowdoin bold gavel over three bodies at the national capital Chicago Inter Ocean Alida Cortelyon tho American actress now with Wilson Barrett in London is praised by critics of tliqt city for her work as Moreia in Sign of tho Cross Willinni Morris who is plcying in The Lost Pllrudillo is crgngiLg pea pie for his tour in Michael Strogoff Mrs Morris will play tho leading fo male rolo Mrs Langtry ia appearing at ballad concerts in England reciting a piece Shovmat tho Comedy when tiossip ie pot on Ambroeo Manning who is remember odl in this country for his fine pcrform auce of Cirsar Crogecu in Tho Manx man has made n hit as Glabno iit Wilson Barretts London product Ii ofI The Sign of the Cross ODDS AND ENDS The incomo of a new cardinal for the flrpt year 20000 francs is spent in lees To put up a horso for a night in West era Australia costs i o ori6 shillings to board onp foi a week L3 One cubic inch ef phosphorescent wa tot from the British coast ttas found ttd ttialufOOO mThiatnrejhlyib JSIT ro1 I1CcGtMPGILL I DEL R lIit 11CoaL LnmbP FULLSTOCkDP llrill llll FIeM S8 dsr iUILDiNG MATERIAL Fertilizer Royal b Cement Wall Plaster Plaster of Paris Cement Lime Salt Flooring Shingles Lathes Doors Sash Blinds etc Theweighjngof Live Stock solicited Highest I I S Cash price paid tr tf andIIWool Hides and all kinds f Grain Field Seeds tOffice and Warerocms Doctor and Railroad Streets W J BURTONBEN IHDOS sr JmM Burfon Co BEN HAYDON Sr Manager Ulloors and FUlluml lliructors Coffins Caskets Etii1J Robes Of all Kinds FULLYEQUIPPED Calls answered promptly night or day The services of an EXPERIENCED EMBALiViEK graduate from a school oi embalming have been engaged J llv BURTON CO Haciin Block Springfield Ky FAULCONER RUES- ELEVENTH Grand Combination Sale of HORSES tta be heldat DANNILLE KY in April 1S9C Entries now being taken Send tar Entry Blanks nt once if you wish to enter Special attention givn to Horses to bo handled for Sale E P FAULCONER WM RUE Patronize Home IndustryBRiNG BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS ENVELOPES INVITATIONS and Everything in the Printing Line to us We will do the work quickly neatly and IN THE LATEST STYLE THE NEWSLE DER 0 iil i J r f SEE l 11 I l i jo It tttt j oto 4 tJt rP1 sfi HARDWAREt vvv if U f01 inNWARE vrvJJ 4 STOVE I EtIttlot i r IS E OUR NEW LINE OP Bisells Chilled Plows Brown Oulti valors and Brown Double Shovelsl Buckeye land Meyers Force Euioapsv s rTin Roofing and Guttering A Specia1tr See our STEETJ RANGES and get our price Good Old Granny Mctralf 86 years old living at 018 Mouroo street Pudii ibKyt says that Dr BollH Pino Tar Honey In tho best grip ourevwcbugb lang and bronchial remedy that tins been offered during her life Guaranteed by all dealers TABLERSPILBBUCK NTMENT OTcSfOTHIHGBTPIIES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for tO years as thtt SE3T REMEDY for FILES BOX1 JJY ALL X52CCCI8Ta WKitrncsAnsm iaa crtacn 1 A new theory in the treatment pf coughs lung and lironcliial uflcctinns Hhasbveu advanced liy the manufacturers of Dr Bfllli Pine Tar honey It in trjily a wonderful reinedy All dealers soil it on a positive guarantee POULTRY J liens Roosters Turkryp Geese Dutks ec Wanted GCGO more dtlivcrcd at our special car int Springfield on Monday TtifMitr cutiesdiiv ThurpdftT or Fridny March 9th lOmb huh 1th and liith for which we tjli pay Cnt h na fcl lows Hens nnd Turkeys fie per pound and Jo in addition for de livery Roost rs 1C and I2Acrnch Ge se 20 to 30c each Ducks l5To i A och Guinea Kerte 16c tacA Pigeons 8 13tuehad5per pout additional For delivery 5ce ouj nponts J Fiejder Smitn Andl James Waters for particulars 4ti M UDD ETERSON Eveiy person big lltlo old young black or whitn rich or poor who hun overused Drllellfi IMno Tar Honey pro nounce U best cough and lung rem cdon rurth Its true too nil deal guarantee It THE SUBSOIL PLOW Row ti rse It u Told byaEansasparmoyC- oniespondent It iSR fact that the roil has btcomo congested by being tickled so long and it bos kcked np its storehouse of good things in great measure and lost tho key nut there is a koy that unlocks tho storehouse of tho soil greatly to its delight anti brings forth its treasures in great variety That key in a subsoil plow mode oil only principle that can pcftsibly solve thu question of re moving tho deplorable condition and congested state of tho uiidcr soil through out the wbQle western part of the Unit thJskeycultios Every one knows that A straight pull on anything of heavy draft is very much best and ovcfy ono knows that a hotfo that goo into the coil nearly to Ms knqca at bvery step has very disconrr aging work But itla very cllfJtcpU to avoid that when tho subsoil plow is used to follow a common plow Now I would cnggcet aa a bettor way to leavo tho common plow under shed and if 5on do not want to burn pff tbo trash on the surface and tjiero is a large amount there put a rolling cutter oh tho subsoil ploxf and hUd four horses about poiSloblefront end of beam on tho stiindard which you can do in two minutes or moro Begin at ono end of the told and when you Vnrn at the other end it yon Went north on the east side at the field that furrow would como lxtveeu time two near horses going Lack iho otlmcrm way end so next bout the wpuld como between the two offjiorsee your furrows would bo about threo feot apart oti jJerhaps they W gJltbo closer In thfitwmy your horsQsnl good fooling oil the tlmejwd Bvtt traigIit pulJ could rpn the plOvfroxsT 10 to 20 incheia dcopfrorn tbo Eurtac6at g cad tmo then crrsplosvft in the IEamo Your hq BW01S4ir 9fi ayeltgoipfmttimep1pwthgs t rt81tMthe whole mass audis accompllBbe tfiiflflei tUliD1l tUft1Qbijf rti7 f If y FOR 1 8 OO i If you pynw you can get your County Paper tttfje NEWS 4 LEHDER FORONEYIEARr l Si a if cIaagcfflent Nev Feares a 1ewDress 1 I t I I ievsyC a Spicy i OrigillalI1id6pdlltdlit Il fi c- IH J And art Irresponsible vii itor iin every households it 1 Help us with your dollar and we will give ybapaper ofwhi Washington County will ifcprbud 0 I FOR 4 I 5oi WOvil1scl1djutho KEWS LBA EUand the Weekly Couriei Journal for one year f ixv NEW LfcABKR and jnreelcly Com crualtfor SltN j 5haa Cyijinatj ljJIro tfor 1dI l fwceaeeLQmmcrcialGa f U o sa5f i o7 nl1fo t o o1e p per nd magazin sv Come In andfeeo ullJeudmyour money cfft Tjt E 4 DAYI8 N1JR 7 E itr EI q tt1 1 t n J t 7Trt rifc 1 iYm lr g1tTHE E1WSLE JDtr ii I e foa JI i Y n1TIIBEWSEADERt l 1 o j t I 10 riftTlAfl I r Oo1 FILIfng rLGold Ahoy 50 A aljam1iv 60 4 Filling1 5Qjl ttWhite Use ODOXTOTDEB fox tile Painless Extraction of j theTeelh E B LEATHERMAHrl DENTIST m sA D5TOW KY t f D rJEXTRACTED WITHOUT f PAINBy of vitalized Air Gat and a now method of my own whicl t leaves no bad effects i Artificial teeth of different gr adjes and pricfis fLoao fitting teeth may bfI tightened at email ex ensec Bride work ant crowning c J8pechltyr Firstclass work Prices reasonable- For the present Iwill be in PpringGeld the first Wednesday Thursday and Friday of each month and longer if work is plenty Ofiiao over Haydon k Robertsons dfugatoro with Dr Csoper s1tl office628i Fourth Avenue ont tville Ky DR F R WILDER 3RJ F RtN HART 4 OFFICE HOURS i to 4 p1 m f Tuzsdays and Saturdays SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Si JBR COOPiiR ONE sY H ydon Robertson drug ere Main 8t SPRINGFIELD KY DRIJBBRTONfDENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN ann8eldrrrci1Sans mtoro t SPRINGFIELD KY gYSfflE SALOONI JOHN F GREENE PROP Exclutlrb Sale of the Famais Yellowstone Whiskey IRB BRANDIES WIRES CIGAR TOBACCO iz 2FOR 1 TI18 If CoiiIuiercia1y fti tti Read6rslcf this Paper Jf S f Anyone sanding us In a Bubscrlptio 6 UaiJi papft for oneyear mcobmptnie br 1159 the reznlar uboilptlnn ptk- twaLsI I at sA vm be Bent frc ut lIuaef ono year a copy 6f tl XAaUTill laweeklr Cemmerclal a lars 6ienlu b piper8lfedwttk more nen than may other m tropoliian W3bkly lJol t Crect arke Reports i t 4- k w ii PBouT TOWN son1rWalleir girL Iit J 1jeah ertyt2 I a weadlovery day i ourad- Hertleln bakery- xr6eltrca i7 cg candies oner pies at gonad mruews IL L Mttdd4Peterson are buying all Jnprf YdeU1ercl at the de o 4 Go to Hertieins for your fresh oys terajscrved at all hours and in any Btyie Thompson Clements have a new was linaot carpets and togs New designs and low prices A lot of carpet samples suitable for rugs for sale at a sacrifice at Ttiomp croft son Clemontsk Give them stall ville The grand jury adjourned yesterday Some pf the boys1 who have been on = tHe anxious bench arc now greatly re lieved liverymanstore of R P Edelen and is erecting Pope a warehouse adjoining where he will handle all kinds of buggies He will from sell his livery horses 1 SraAYBJ rOn my farm bout November lie 10 one yellow jersey steer about twoyearsold The owner can vis have same by paying for this adver tisement and for keeping the same H MONANwa Springfield Ky ILoAnother entertainment for the ben efit of charity will bo given at the courthouse in the near future The exact dathatLnot beqn fixed but jill whb are inclintdSoL patronize be saving up their quarters S1iOulJter Circuit cburt adjourned after a short Bession at which very little business of importance was dlS1we posed of No guilty man was the pen and very few caseswere J tried The trios against the L N railroad company were postponed unI tQ next term by agreement Dr Wthc Ewell of whom mention was made anon last week has found himself in more and Serious trouble Another indict- S ment has been found agarast him This time the charge is murder the were offence growing out of an abortion committed on a young girl daughter of A well known farmer of the county A The doctor isin jail and the court has refused him bailuCure for Ifcadache- wife a remedy for all forms of headache Electric Hitters hue jiroved to be tho very best lIt effects a permanent cure and an the most dreaded habit mil sick headaches yield to Its Influence we urge alt who ao afflicted to procure n bottle ndC give this remedy fair trial In lit habitual constipation Electric Hitters cures by giving the needed tone to tho boweUiind few long resist the use dap 10 lhig medicine try it once 5d6 and 1clt at liaytlonA Ilobertmm Druggist f NOTICE To the Ladles of Washington and surrounding counties I am now ready to do up Lace Curtains fpr the year and would be glad to receive a portion of vour patronage JVJ g j Springfield Ky Siinon8 Ilnrtmiin of Tannrlton W ij Va nan ltrbon subject to attacks of colic about once o year and would have to roll a doctor ondthon Kiifl rabmit twdva 4 hours mucfiUI some do when they die Ho was tikMi recently jiiBt the sumo as at other times cud concluded to try ChamberhunH Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Ho nays I too l one dose of It and it Rave mo toilet in fire minutes That is inure than uny thing also has done for PLYMOUTH RO KSt tdr PLYMOUTHROCKB ExcLUHiVitiiY I f have some very fine cookerels tin pullets for sale at a reasonable price vjv Also eggs in season Mns H M ONXN Springfield Ky fDr tNolls Antl Pain cures diarrhoea end Mimmcr complaint arninpH oojlo and pains by healing tho Inllnmmation It utops fermentation and relieves IJ mediatelyl all danger of foven avoided by its tine And Xc bottlcH guaranteed d by all dealers A crick In tie back a pain under the shoulder blades water brash hilton Hess and constipation Are ymptollls disordered toinnch kidneys liver and IowcHs For all aliments originating n in derancomont of those organs to kA Ayera Pills Oaf IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY I I WHITES CREW VERMIFUCEFOR 20 YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies EVERY MOTTLE GUARANTEED OLD BIT ALL DBUGGisra fnptiit mciuBDsos RKDiaxc tl IT torn = I pSRSON L Joe Clements was In Lebanon last week Hon C O McChord was bore Sunday =A B Campbell vraa in BardBtovsrn Sunday W 0 Rogers was over Sunday from Lebanon Mrs oleo E Willott Is in Lebanon vlslttyg friends Mr Joe Lancaster of Lebanon in town MondayyMr B D Lake wont to Louisville Tuesday on business H R Thompson and R G Cray are in Louisville iMrJ W SClements of Louis is hero attending court TS Grundy Jr of BJoomfleld aide court hero Tuesday iMrs I H Thurman visited her parts inLobanon this week Mr John Walker and Miss Susie wen3n Lebanon Sunday Mrs Fred Hagan has returned a weeks visit in Lebanon Mr Thos Hill and sister Miss AI spent Sunday at St Catharines Miss Annie B Lanham Lebanon yMron a visit to Mrs Dr Ray Rt Rev Bishop McClosky of spent Monday at St Rose W OReed has gone to Frankfort probably to settle the senatorial contest Mrs J W Harrison Totnrne yos horn a visit in Paris and Oar Misses Bessie Hughea and Lucy nean visited Mrs Dr Ray last Misses Effieand Flora Mudd and B Robertson werejA Lebanon C8OJ CIand Fanyo Simms visited in Leb 1 MondayI Messrs John Clements Arthur mith mid Chas Kennedy Lebanon here Sunday IMls8 Alice Young of Louisville spent several days with the family of Cunningham last week t Chas R McDowell was here Sat rday and Sunday He left with his and sons Monday for Danville Mr and Mrs S B Thompson and daughter Naomi leave this week for extended trjp through the West Mr Joe Russell brother to our jeweler Ed M was here for a couple of days the first of the week IIIlittleevening to her Sunday Schoo 1All Mr George Young has returned tom a trip through far the South where he is engaged il some extensive land deals Mrs R A McElroy has gone to Mason City Iowa whore she was called by the serious illness of her mother Mrs Blithe FREE It i We hue made arrangements it for a limited number of year Y ly subscriptions to th- oLADIES I HOME IDEAL I An illustrated monthly mag 4t zinc published at Chicngc and containing Stories Sketches and everything interesting for I lR the home at f tonFthe NBVtaLiiAim who pays One Dollar Cash in advance we will send this magazine to iB 4 any address AHSOLUTELY F REEa0 Qu number is limited and- or g vt first came first served fe Addressail communications toa po E L DflVISON JR 5 aIUIfLi 9ElEH b B Whenever the little children the ice or tho big men want Homctniug regulate their liver or euro const uation and biliousness Dr Bells Tiny Tablets iif what they must have tonJoI cuio and you never feel 1t Purely etable 25c a vitil evqfVwhVre 1 r t e r J J Ht ft THErr wrn E Louisville Store i Originators of Low P- ricesiBAcOo can yon COTTON see Come to us before you buy and if we don t show = ou the Best Cotton for the ut5more t WE HAVE EM I A fulll line of Mens ustem Made Shoes the LATEST PATTERNS in Tan Shell au and Fine Calf Drop in tdke a look at them and get prices Keep yours3e on this column it will do you goodJI l SPRINGFIELD SAW AND PLAIING IILL MARKS McELROY PropsOMANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Laches Mouldings Cas ings Frames Sash Doors Blinds Tobacco Ho shxad Cypress Shingles Acme Cement Plaster etc Bill Stuff cut to orderon Shpr t Notice Highest rash Price paid for all kinds of Logs Call and see us and get prices Office and Yard Jockey Amne Between Main and Railroad ij 7T HENDRQN e BUTCHER MEAT SHOP hove rrnoved mysliop to jUllt bolow the CMnmorcinl lloteland desire to infprm my patrons that Istn better prepared than ever to furnish Choice Meats at Lower Prices Ialso PRY the highest Cash Price for Poultry hubs Furs Etc PUBLIC SALE In order to close tho partnership existing between us which expires by limitation March 1 1800 we will on SATURDAY MARCH 7 1896 the residence of W C McChord onp mile East of Springfield Ky sell at PUBLIC A CTIONjj all ofour partnership property consisting of about twenty finely brodI harness saddle and work horses boot twenty Jersey cows and heifers llotwhichare the product ol superior milkers many of them can be registered We rill sell ell ol our farming improraents consisting of wagons binders mowers hay rakes ulows harness etc a lot of thur oughbVrd Poland China Hogs l f9Tltd salpflwill be on a credit of twelve months for all sums of 810 or amounts leis than that sum for cash The sale vrtllbegin at in teE kclockn tI and Intmue until all the property Is sold livery arse will be BOIa without reserve urch4ser8 w111 be required to give noted daysofsale and payable at Peoples Ceposit Bank of Springfield Ky the sale of the article is complete RTpOBW McLaughlm W 0 McChordl toIFENCEI lih 1tI I Horse hlgh butt strong pig and ohloken tlahtA man and troy can make from 40tBOrod8QdayOverOO tylc Illustrated Catalogue Free KITIELMAN OROTHER1 nldgavlllo1 Indiana 0 1CARUOADL tOI E r i t fI 11 r BUrmEfPIllAE1JIStIIOAII i fJtWAG Rm I Sunp rloKliiltt tGO J i J IWe expect about J8rch10tlin car loadof vehicles iiq Ae fedfejfcf n t v makes which tic bpugut direct iif mifufacturm for th e SOT J GASUwe bought them Uelsvcred here eatingmoney on the price ot the workvwhich enable us to ofjrstclataY ifc t lobs at pnc s that defy competition can Bva you froa 85to 815 xah S each job We are having qur warehouse enirgedau4 remodeled eoYi VI show this York to good advantage alwy lad to shots joii fictfe buy or not We also hays oh hand a full stock tlEthii celgbrtttgdt Qliver Chilled Plow genuine repairs fur same StUdebaker W g Cultivators Harness etc rricea always the ioiest Pica to caU iiij xh us before placing order for fanytjiing m the above line r 2i i f ti tJ a t MCGHORD ROBERTSON JUST REQEIVE0 t NewSpring Cook JL J a MontTiegailine N tJ Percales 7c 81c lOc abtCjlSic v India Linens 7 c lOc 12ifc and up J f Cjrd Piques 15c l9c and up v Striped 8DdCbe ked Dimity 15c 18c4iend apYiDotted Swiss 15c 20c and up Curtain Swiss 20 to50c per yard Laca UurtaiuB 50c pairaA New Line of EliBRO D nI J CONSISTING Oi a onet Colored Iaconet Nainsook Colored NainBOok Swiss Gol JrtjiSwiss These goodsaro cheaper and more varied ihd attrictlcet than we have ever shown a Our stockof Tnble Linens and Napkins Towels and Towel Creabesxi never so complete an I YOU should inspect thembefflro onpoj sUu Linens and Napkins are great Prices the Lowest rAt l 0 TW Arv Always Ileadquartcfa For = o tr WALL PAPER i ur stock m larger this Soring than it haVtsver been Comfirid seaE tithe sew designs end combinations t t CARPETS 0 r V V We ore jjust receiving our stock of Carpets Rugs Matting Curtain Pols Shades etc Take a look at them before buyjngf v t AHATS jWe hnvooltencd up this weep 40 dozen huts Iji the Latest stylcjiianij tt shapes for Men Sind Boys nnd Children and can sell you aigthuinebl Fur Uerbj for 125tuat could really be sold for 250 Comaand see them We have a full stuck 9of Bleach Cptton 914 Bleach Shccti g Brown Cotton 914 Brown Sheeting Sea Island Cotfon 10 14 Bcaclt 1Sheeting Cheek Cotton 1014 Brot1J Sheeting Whichwe xili bsell at tho Lowest Prices j Come and see us and we will interest you ffi 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bxtraorditrary tlo rco tovhich lielligcucocanbe cultivated In a borso is shown in tlio tricks p rTornvBtlbyf nu animal now on exbibitkin iiajCxDndou His ringmaster nnid owner claims to b only a plainl JLiucolnEhire farmeri who satr oxtraorriUlnRring this intelligenco just to eee how far iit vonl3 go The result is little less than marvolons The bnoian horse as be is called is named Alpha Ho is a chestnut geld- ingi 15 bands 3 inches high 1 years old nd has a blaze face bat no whitoou him anywhere else except just above tho hoof of his near hind leg Alpha wE select any letter of the alphabet bo is asked to from a set of cards containing them But he evidently kuows lnofo than the doctora do about microbes and disease germs for Tie will not touch any card that has been fingered by strangers and small blame to him for be lifts tho cards with his teeth Ha plays Rod Ii Save the Queen on a harmonium with his leffc fore leg A special arrangement of kcybeard enables him to do this Another one of Alphas exploits is chotvu in tho second picture Wo have given those illustrations of some of Alphas accomplishments for tim purpose of calling attention to what may bo dono by horso owners who will cnltivate equine intelligence Theres much moro of it and to it than most farmers and breeders suspect Alphas owner says ho has brought bio education thus far simplythrough patient kind ness in his training and that that train jag ia not oiear dono yet It looks indeed hYPIotizehorsesl rrsmxc TIlE make them reflect and execute tho idea in the masters mind We wish horse breeders would talk to their borses moro nod patiently train them to obey vTords of command They can bo madia to nn derstand almost any spoken words Their value will greatly increase through such kind patient training Dreutnc Hotbouso tambi It ia ono thing to grow a lamb and another fhing to dress nod ship it properly Judging from the appearance of many of the lambs received many more people have solved tho problem of growing tho lambs thou have mastered tho mysteries of preparing them for market AH the latter often makes a dif ferenco of onehalf or oven moro in pi lreceived it may at least bo consid ered us important aa tIle raisig Tho market for thcso ia of course limited as is that for any extremely high priced product Not every cue can afford to cat lamb that costs 8 to fl0 mid weighs but 25 to oO pounds dressed Tho lat ter weight is plenty light enough for them 35 pounds would bo better Tho season for these opens with tho Christ bias mnrket and continues throngh the winter prices usually being highest bo fore Christmas They should bo grown as qnickly as possible to reach the re quired weight and should be fat and plumpIn cut the throat making as small an incision as possible and hang up by tho iieeL that lint lamb may bleed thoroughly Tho blood must be entirely removed to have the meat present an atItractive appearance Open tho lamb from tho til to n point about opposite the toro legs Remove tho entrails bat leave tho hood tort and skin Skin the hind legs and draw tho caul over thnm and nso draw it down over thoi kidneys securing it with ckewcrs Slit the coal just enough to let tho kidney through Pat in whet are known aIback sets Thesonro small pieces of wood abont 14 incItes long for an ordi nary sized carcara and pointed at both ends One of each is inserted in the flesh about opposite tho first rib Thoy 1cudsciently present a good appearance l making it as flat an possible Remove all traces of blood ami mako tho carcass look as attractive as possibloi in every wayLet it hang until perfect ly cooL Replace the skin on tho hind legs Cover mi the oxposedilesh witbIclean white cloth and sew tho carefully in burlap or bagging npI plainly with the names of both the con signor and tho consignee tend by ox press and also advise consignee by mail iiDontprices received are not satisfactory tho probability is that it is because somo detail in the work hits boon neglected lIt would be a good idea for a tyro in ibis work to visit rome successful grower and shipper and see tho whole opera tlon performed Rural New Yrke GALL r OR HEAVY CARRIAGE HORSES I Chnnlii of Cold Fact For Dreeder o Bbowy DrlVIns Team For years the heavy pleasure vobiclcs the closed carriage for towu use sucH as brcughams landaus ano Berlin coaches and sucli open v b1o1oU vJb terms cartsmaiiihaetous and four in hand ccachoa havo been horsed from on nttflve stocks and forth mostpart poorly horsed What morecould bq ex nSted Behold anatiou gflzingfntently noFon a hOrse but a stop watcb fTbat mSbwl UF lf t1Ite 4 lt2rLelhl1t s IiPcedyrotllfsterracing va3 thd great BarneslHsport Bat with the augmented wealth and consequent osteutaUou iq our cities cdmo heavy06mtortable fashionable English and continental j horrotbemThosobecannCfamilar with the magnificent horses tot bo seen pulling such vehicles in parks BritainIFrqco Germany nnd on returning nnablo eiighet1bstnnoorbqneandactjoriforbeavyleather Hence arose tho movement for the importation horsesrandsay had no need of such horses If breeders of trotters had by selection training an breeding evolved a distinct type of heavy carriage horse as they did the light reqnirIforeign breeds but their energies were bent in a different direction and tho demand for a heavier tionIGdfor years they had been perfecting breeds for the Jcclal purpose of bert ing these heavy carriages The rst introduction of the foreigners bytrottlDSwere on the race track But as the im ported stallions began to come in competition for mares ad as the racing game lessened in profit and prices for tboIiwaSIjed by d foreign foe and a cry wont up grandIaowresOuudsaaInatTho for sign harness breeds Men who hereto foro know nothing of tho trotter except aa n race rack horse 1OW swear to hoav on that he is tbe best race horse tbo best road horse tbe best carriage horse stepIbest draft horse They make frantic ap peals to the patriotism of tho farmers and oil that ground urge hisadhereuco nqtwero notmerels a question of tho market place havRtt there is a demand for heavy carriage horses At first they denied it Then they ridi cnled it sneered at tho heavy whioles ofIqt the deck tailed aclaieya Bat the finallybroughtare only too willing to steal the livery of tho liackuey and coach horse for their trotters to lock their tails and pull heavyllnrnelS8Con at tho dudes horse1 at thoAn I nekIt madoIis well Some of those Daniels havo jIt cone to judgment If they projncIiceIfive years ago they would be just tim t supplyinghcavyblU1JCSB done fu time but they are at present Ibo to fiutj It is u fact however that ofLour carriage horses seen at tho New York show t5o far as cru bo learned they are bred from an admixture of thorougb red trotting and foreign blood Breeders Gazette LIve Stock Point Never keep horses arid cows in tho samo Etable If bowser they mustt baVo temporary quarters under the same roof sometimes let there bo a wide space between them for air circulation In horse stable there ia always a strong odor of ammonia and general Jhorsiuess which cannot fall to contaminate cjflk IIIt is to the interest of the producers of food to make good beef and taut as cheap an they can People of tho Iton end poor classes always consume Iall the meat they can afford to Whrfi beef and consequently mutton pork and poultry rose so high in price two years ago because of the ccarcity of cattle small retail meat dealers had their Itbo in manycases broken up and were forced to go out of business for tho rea eon that the poor could no longer afford to buy thoir goods Poor people had to givo up eating moat Even now the best parts of a beef carcass nrQ so high in prico that manypeople cannot afford to have them half a dozen times a year- Let there bo a study mado of the cheap est ways to make gcod beet This will react to rho advantage of both producer and consumer Hereis another cure very highly com Equalrtincture rhubarb Give at a dose from two teaspoonfuls toono tablespoonful of tbo mixture according to tbo severity of tho attack The doses may bo repeat ed when ueocssaiy as often as every half hour When a roll RetA the scours stop giv fag it milk except a very little and feet it three or four raw eggs a day at inter vals Tbo eggs may be mixed with just enough milk to make them go down easy Continue tbo eggs till tho ailment ceases First class fat beeves have sold as high as 6 hundred this winter IbUadl1lptdaI town gave a dinner recently to a dozen or more of his associates The affair was beingIcanvasbnck duck the market afforded He paid a good price for this particular viand and so when one of the guests who bad been taking more titan his chare of wineleft his duck untouched upon his pjate jthebost chided him playfully for Ills lack of appreciation The delinquent guest had sufficient wit to exfricate himself front his position with credit to himself He called for n inessepger boyand when the 11tr tie fellow came ho mode him sit down at a side table and eat the duck which be had left untouched A small glass tViuot accompanied the duck Not tent with this tbd Joker borrowed his hosts ellkriintl ti which lie filled with Ice endiet tt bottlo 6f champagne In the mIdst otitl ThIs was set before the boy and all the guestscbucked silver coins into therlsel packed hat for the boy The messenger oylwentawayabout richer and th jokerwonHo ep- Itrhj5chalrPblladelehta Beocrd r15T5 1 v The turnpike bill as It passed the ouae is In effect about likethlr Itprovides that eaeh coonqy may vote j on the question of free tUrnpikes If turnpikes aro purchased by the county tfie ffl iurobagcontrol of the road if any person or turtipikooadr in roadthewrighteofaythe court shall appoint thne ommIadoncra who shall flxthe value Ipf said road two commissioners to be appointed by the court and the b the owningsuchor 1Bucklens Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ujeers salt rheum fover fores totter chbppcd hands chilblains postivolyIt requtrqlistlon or money refunded PHeo 25c jebox at Ilayduu ct Uobortftonji DrugStore Capt Swoone U 8 A SAn DIoeo Cal says SJhlloba Gitarrh Remedy In tho first medicfno I havo over found that would do me any good Price 5oc rrA SPECIFIC tFonLa Grippe for Colds Coughs AND LUNG TROUBLES AVERS CHERRY PECTORAL + l Tvro years ego I lied the grippe gl1oIme no rest night or lInt My fatally physician prescribed for me changing 9tho medicine as oftcnVt lie foivnil the things I had taken were not helping mebntIn spite of Mil attendance gotIno bntter Finally my liusliarid log one day of a gentleman who had the grippe and was cured by hallI 1Acrs Cherry Pectoral procured me a bottle of this inoilicilio anti before I had taken halt of ItI was cured I have used tlio Pectpral for my children ant in niy family vlienovpr have needed It nnd have found it a specific tar colds coughs anti lung tronhlesJ EMILY WOOD North St tlkton MdN Ayers Cherry Pectoral Highest Honors at Worlds FaIrI Cleanse We System wltb Ayers Sarsaparilla Lightning Hot Craps NamelIIVory True but It Kills All Patti Sold Everywhere Every Day EiJohannesburg Africa which was nine years ago a bar ron veldt and eight years ago a miners 100Iincreasing as fast as bricks cud mortar can bo obtain ed It is situated directly on top of tJP IehighLye like a huge long drawn out mass of tin sheds with its painted iron mine chimupys running in a straight line all along the quartz gold reef aa far as you l1rgestIor main reef runs for 30 miles uninter ruptedly gold bearing and honeycombed with mines throughout This qveii were it alone could speak for the stabil ity and continued prosperity of the Transvaal gold trade On a mail steam er arrving unlj a few days ago from the Cape was said to bo between JE3000CO and 400000 worth cf gold and the newspapers how that usually about 100000 worth is cpnsignod by each mailboat As we enter tho town we find fine and well planned streets crossed at places with dcep guttersgullies rather to carry off the water which is often in the heavy summer rains deeper than your knees Crossing these at fast trot the driver never drawing rein the uuv kit is shot about in bis white covered two wheeled cab with ita largo springs like a pea in a bladder Indeed one mar vein at the daintily dressed habitue of the place being svcng through similarly quito unconcerned and without rum pling a frill We pass fine pitt1ibn1ld- lags very high houses and shops some what jerry built it is true and goodness help them in the event of a large itreet firobut now being added to or replaced by larger and more solid build ings Indeed bricks cannot bo made fast enough for the demand both there and in some of the outlying Transvaal towns where the gold boom is on There are lofty and handsome shots with most costly contents which can vie with London or Paris Chambers Jour nalt SI75 When Dab was lick we iTO her Cosforlo Vicn sho VM a Choi she cried for Oistorta Wb she be wis 1femng Cutoria Vfbcn sho bod Children Srtfgaveim Cst jRhj 1Jinise ost t ftt for Infants and Children i rMOThERS Do You Know T r 1fl t BatesMtnl ProDs Ocr Cordial xuutf aocaflsd SootHnBiBpt aM most remedies forichBdw era lpelello mcttiiiie t Po Tom KXwthaasdmaespetyizgaaaoUopsiscz 7e Y01l1 ow that In mosttni dzsus oktctt U iflaros without labeling them poisons Vv iLPo Yen Know that 700 ifeonld sot pcnnttTtoy ae 1o iJ- unezsyoaoryonrpbys14ocfThatUacnosed r eHM Ih tDo YouKnoTr ttatCa tcrfa Ia su7 yeg5ta14orisz5tost as4ithst a flit ol u1IslagleiitIs puIhtzhedwhhcysrybottl 7 De You Xaowtbat atcrtalztheFecripUoncfie SIT5SL- 11et 1 That It b been In use for newly thirty years ndtint sabcvOastoirttl ngiwwEtfttaA tT ttf an otter remedJcs for ndrerfis Mnbln8dr V jiv Do Ton Know that th rfctott Office JcactaMBt of ed Btstu 1iJother coontrtea lwTblesuMcrdotJTOriglittoDrPltcEerandhUcMlsna to UM ttiOYoN Tl Costoria and its formula and that to imitate them to ott prison arssia ti f Do You Know that out ct the reasons for granting thacoronnBaQtprotjoUaiwaat t 1 t bocauseCastoriabadbcenproyentOb bsO1fltOiybAleS t 54k 0 Do You KpnTT tHat 35 arerase dofe of C5tLaZ farakbatfor 85 iloetseroaocentsdose t Ho Yon Know that wbeaposeened of this perfect pcsLcnyoi cfcBtw y 1be kept Wen sad that you may Lara unbroken rut t Well thoco tMnga uoearthkno1r1Dg Tboyarott a r t Thb facdml1e- l daDatuJCf P k j 1 st1 JChlldr Ory for Pitchers C stiriiR 4 w24s a k 3 THEN L AILOADfr rlt takes passengers from the following stations to HEALTH CooIju4kDizziness Headache Vertigo Pains in the Back or Side Elng iilt lfvfTIJfKidney Troubles NEATS LAXATIVE Ast for it Talc w fhOJj HEAT LAXATIVE CO LoulsviHi tty fJ = = lt d THE BO0M r f FOhMERLT kAlt1r i at T Et BOONE PcLt1i j tot I The Finest flt1d Rest lOQ IlfiO ii fJf t Rotcliiiltlle City R i ipt t gaRtr dl tc 31 W Morket St let 5tri Grb oQ Mf K 4 5t 1 THOESOffI tiiil8IJ 1 Ii UNDERThKER554 1ANDEIVIBALMERS1 14Our equipment m the Undrtakers a E tjbalmers line is UPTQCPAEE ln veryitespt t Caskets and Robes from the finestodheap s est furnished promptly We answer caa1l day or II il1night ana guarantee Perfect Satisfaction V rs tf WHYOT1t i Etaewhereto uy gobdswhbn JOu1 n j w mono tY PStrthizivg hum therttlhitltnSWr nhle to give tbe public thotOWift PRICgSonrI t t i t N iWET IIFURNITlJRE j oily prIces on jnrtjiiarI trial orrisa11woekl to con uS you Wevill t8k P auIe 1n s JtJ woufeoods srd quote ptfces WKetherxfou j tobuyorwQrk1 j 1a rS t 1itf 1- ItS MVAR R Ii Ut f 1it2 1 tDEALER YJN Buggies agollstt1 a SPECIALTIEStI BuggyAPrnsSprjngfJuI i t1 sion1S DaShes Whips te it tot f 1fti t t i i 1 fti r Jt t SHIP TOUR PRODUCJ3 ii iF + 71jJGRNDONCART 4 I t j iINcoP0NATC0 4 tFr y 1r We Imndle everythin on commission and do tilesSbuyerBitbflnotliecxlioqse3 Carefupx anti ko iIioLXtirrb5ll urftm1 fl7 Tkltl ItrtWVIVLZ + iaft v J f 4S- LPf25544wisS lI 2 It